Christian Curriculum

Firmly Rooted

A vital part of our mission is to deliver exceptional learning experiences that are firmly rooted in a Christ-centered worldview. So, what does this mean?

At Christian Virtual School, it means:

  • All our courses are built with a Christian perspective. Each course not only meets the Ontario curriculum standards but also goes one step further to explore how different subjects, topics, and themes are described in the Bible and related to Christianity. Our courses build on students’ faith, helping them solidify the foundation on which they stand.
  • Students are taught skills in critical thinking, information processing, and communication to bring together what they are learning in their courses and their own family’s faith. Our courses ask students to evaluate their own faith within a Christian context and examine multiple points of view. Students are given the tools to explore topics in a safe environment and to communicate with their parents, mentors, and churches as they explore issues that affect them.
  • A weekly Bible study is available to all students at Christian Virtual School. The study focuses on our values as a school and challenges our students to grow spiritually as well as academically. The study brings all our students and their families together as a community to support one another.
  • Although they may be coming from different denominations, all staff and teachers at Christian Virtual School are united by their desire to serve Christ and to share His love. Staff and teachers welcome prayer, Bible study, and thoughtful discussions as a part of their everyday interactions with students and their families.

2 Timothy 3:16-17 (NIV) All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.

Christian Curriculum

All students at Christian Virtual School have the opportunity to participate in a weekly Bible study. This study spans a school year, but the teachings are built in such a way that students can participate no matter when they enroll in the school. More information on the upcoming themes is available below.

Defining Yourself in Christ. I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Psalm 139:14 (NIV).

Defining Yourself in Christ

Beginning September 2020

This study focuses on building up a student’s sense of self-worth by examining their self-image and personal value through Christ’s eyes. This is done by exploring inspiring stories of young followers of God, by reading and understanding what God has to say about His creation, and through a Bible study focused on Christ as the center of creation. These studies enable students to gain a view of themselves in Him.

The goal of this year-long study is to build up confidence in our students. We help them work through insecurities and solidify what, or Whom, they believe in, so that they know who they are, what they are proud of, and how they may stand securely on the foundation they have created for themselves.

A Multi-Denominational World. So in Christ Jesus you are all children of God through faith. Galatians 3:26 (NIV).

A Multi-Denominational World

Coming September 2021

This study emphasizes the importance of understanding and recognizing, that even within Christianity, different views of the world exist. Students are led to an understanding that multiple viewpoints can enrich their lives and challenge them to truly examine their personal beliefs.

In this study, students will learn about the different denominations within Christianity, what makes them similar and what makes them different. The goal is to help put student’s personal beliefs in context and to help them better understand themselves and where they fit in. The emphasis is on inclusive conversations and challenging students to think critically about what they believe and their own, personal walks with God. This is done through a Bible study focused on Christ’s acceptance of all people and His compassion for others who were different. Students will reflect on their beliefs and solidify their own faith by gathering evidence through God’s word.